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Exclusive Round Cupboards – The pros & cons of kitchen curves
The popularity of incorporating curves into a kitchen has grown dramatically over the last 5 years.
However, as beautiful as kitchen curves look, they don’t come without their disadvantages.
Unfortunately retailers can sometimes forget to mention the disadvantages of kitchen curves to customers & it is for this reason that I have written this blog.
Kitchen curves create a softer warmer feel to a kitchen
The absence of sharp corners creates a much softer & warmer feel to a kitchen.
Kitchen curves promote flow
When a kitchen joins on to a dining/living area, the absence of corners helps blur the distinction between the areas and promotes flow.
Curves are more child friendly than sharp 90 degree corners.
Kitchen curves are very expensive.
On average, each curve in a kitchen design will add an extra to the total price of the cabinets.
A typical L shape kitchen with an island will have external and internal corners.
Poor for storage
Standard units have a substantially higher storage capacity than curved units.
Therefore, the more curves you have the less storage space you will have.
No longer exclusive
When kitchen curves first came out, only the more exclusive kitchen showrooms offered them. Therefore, only a privileged few had a kitchen with curves.
Nowadays almost every retailer offers curves